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THE feULL'S EYE
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Is easy to carry.
Is easy to use.
Is simple in construction.
Can be loaded In daylight as often as
For1 sale by vV '
The Marietta Picture Man.
H2TVo will finish pictures or furnish
The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for $5.00.
For Sale by
' CHARLES BLTJME
TIIK JKWKLEK t
129 Putnam street, .Marietta, Ohio.
Two More Samples Left.
Ono ladies' Liberty, listSlOO, now ?63.fi0
One gents' Vildng, " S100, " 870.00
We also Ycceiyed last night
; 8 Eclipse, $100 list, which will go at SAO.
One gents' Kankakee, list ?10, will go
One ladies' Dutchess, list ?00, will go at
Threo Juvenile wheels at 25.00.
Now Is the chance to get a wheel at
the right price.
Big Four Cynic Co.,
119 Front, street.
J. C. Saner. R. E. Race. J. M. Williams.
Is a boon to the hot, tired, thirsty wo
man who worries through many visits
to many stores on a hot day in search
of what she wants. There should be
rests between these visits, and the rest
ing should bo done at our Soda Foun
tain. , ,
IRON-TONE and fruit syrups drinks
aro wonderfully refreshing to tired
people on a hot day.
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
Here is your chance to got a good
One Gents' wheel, list $100.00,
One Gents' wheel, list $85.00,
One Ladies' wheel, list $85.00,
One Gents? wheel, list $75.00,
W. R. Koerner.
GEO. SXtttCKEIl. HKHIUf STBKOKKB
GEO. STRECKER &. CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary ana Oil
Well Hollers, Oil Tanks. Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention' given to
repairing Boilers In the oil fletas. We employ
none trat the best mechanics In this line.
aiveusatrlal we kw wa caa Please you.
Office and works on West Side. .
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'MARIETTA DAILY LEADER'
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SATURDAY, AUGUST!!, IS9C
PI'"m1AI If ItlPVI .
-This Is tfranJ army duy at the Cool-1
nin n,,,n ml n,i inrrr,. i.n.iviii '
p anu large
1 J. Thorniley & liro. have docicl-
ed to discontinue their fruit store on
Greene street, the building having been
sold sotno time since to J. S. Ooobel.
Dr. McUeo, of Uelpre, was In the
Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Roeser, Jr., of
Atlicns, are guests of relatives in,tho
cfty' , '- ,vj
, Mrs. L. S. Voodbridgo and children
and Ulamle'Gallahbr are'gueUs'of Geo!
Died, Wednesday night, of con
suinptipn, Wm. Robertson, of Devol's
Dam, aged 25 years..
The l'arkersburg-Marietta games
have been postponed on account of the
condition of the grounds and the Mari
ettas will go to Cambridge Monday for
two games with the nine of that city.
Cambridgo undoubtedly has one of the
best teams in southeastern Ohio and
both games will be interesting.
John W. Wendelken, of Dallas,
Texas, Is visiting friends and relatives
in the city.
Mr. and Mrs, Will H. Lord an
Miss. Buchanan aro home from Atlautic
The regular meeting of the Wash
ington County Medical Society was
held Friday afternoon at the ofilce of
Dr. J. D. Cotton.
Mrs. Jeannetto Danley,- wife of
John W. Danley, Second street, died at
her home Friday morning, July 31st,
after a long, but patient siege of suf
fering. In the death of Mrs. Danley a
true, good woman in all that the words
may express, was ushered into the
realm of tho blessed. Every wheru she
went the deceased made friends, and
she was loved for her disposition, and
admired for her strength of character.
She was a prominent member of the
Woman's Relief Corps, and an indefat
igable worker in all she undertook.
Tho funeral was held at tho home last
evening, and the interment will occur
today in Palmer township the home
of Mrs. Danley's childhood.
Miss Kate Minshall will leave Mon
day next for her homo in Danville, III.
Mrs. J. H. Riley, who has been vis
iting friends and relatives in Chicago
and tho state of Kansas for the past
two months, returned home Friday.
Sig Marcus, proprietor and man
ager of the l'arkersburg base ball club,
is making a great effort to strengthen
it by the addition of now olayeis. The
following appears in Friday's Enquir
er: On behalf of Manager S. II. Mar
cus, of the Parkersburg team, I todey
signed my brother Ed to play second
base and Kunklo and Boenlein, the
crack battery of the Cumminsville
team, of the Enquirer League. These
three players have been ticketed and
leave for Parkersburg on the fast ilyer
over tho li. & O. S. W., leaving here at
(i.:5 tonight and arriving at their desti
nation at 11:45 p m. O. F. Ki.inkk.
Capt. Ira B. Huntington went on
the Ruth this morning after a few days
of illness. He says tho new Pittsburg
and Charleston packet will haye 30
rooms in her cabin and six in tho texas
for passengers. Electricity will be
used throughout for lighting purposes.
Her machinery will be the McConnell's
compound with two boilers. She will
be a complete and fine steamer and
when ready for business will draw
only 18 inches of water. Capt. Hunt
ington will he her master and Will
Kimball, clerk. Gallipolis Tribune.
The funeral of the four-months-old
child of Mr. and Mrs. William Gilpin,
which died of cholera infantum Thurs
day afternoon, occurred Friday. i.
Prof. James Bird returned Friday
evenincr from'Chillicothe, where he had
charge of the musical feature of the
Ross county teachers' instituto for the
Charles Devol, who lives near Lit
tle Muskingum, was seriously bruised
Friday evening by being thrown from
his wagon at tho corner of Fifth and
Hart streets. His team ran away.
The body of the woman known as
Carrie Brown, who died at the Emerg
ency Hospital at Cincinnati, and who
claimed to be a Marietta girl, still lies
at the Morgue unclaimed and unidenti
fied. L. J. McGeo, tho genial traveling
salesman of Marietta, was hero today
on a business trip. Parkersburg Jour-nal-
Freddie, the 14-months-old son of
Mr, and Mrs. Casper Wenzel, Eighth
and Warren streets,' died , Friday of
cholera infantum. Funeral Saturday.
Mrs. C. J. Vanyaley is'seriously ill.
v Marshal Parlin wont to Elba Fri
day morning to arrest Howard and
Harry Waller and Shult. Harlow on
warrants charging them with assault
with Intent to kill. Tho trio aro tho
fellows who beat young Gildow re
cently, tho details of which ovont were
publlshod In tho Leader. When tho
Marshal arrived at Elba ho found that
they had skipped to avoid punishment.
"Professor" Gloossner was fined 83
and costs by Mayor Molsonhelder Fri
day for drunkenness and disorderly
fis )Vlllla Cotton entertained a
number of young lady friends lust ec-
nlng In honor of Miss Minshall.
Rev. 'W. E. Roo will preach at the
County Infirmary Sunday at !i o'clock.
An unusual and Jatui epidemic ap-
parontly combining typhoid fover and
Erip, is raffing at I5aersvlllo, up the
i bere uro at present 3" cases,
persons liavo nlrea'dy died and
threo others arc not expected to live
Among Ibc first to succumb wussecond
clerk Forrest Ilaer, of the Ben Hur,
who died Wednesday and was burled
Marietta lost Friday's game at Sls
tersyllle by a score of 5 to 1, the poor
t howing being mainly due to errors of
infield plajurs. Blough and Donahue
were Ihe battery for Marietta and tho
Sistersvilhiins secured but nine hits off
the now man's delivery. Mclfvano
pitched for Slstersyllle and held Mari
etta down to eight hits Errors Ma
rietta 4, Sistersvillo 3.
Fireman Frank Jackson, of tho C
it M., has been confined to the house by
Harry L. Robinson, a woll known
and popular brakeman on the O. R. R,
was instantly, killed Thursday night at
Franklin, a short distance aboyc Clar
ington. Robinson uuson No. 12 local
south bound freight train. At Frank
lin there is a bridge crossing the creek
About the time the train was entering
the bridge Robinson started to climb
up the side ladder on an L. & N. car
and was struck by the bridge and
knocked into the creek below. Senti
nel. On her down trip Thursday the
Liberty backed into the bank a short
distance below Wheeling and broke
her cylinder timber on the larboard
side. Tho accident was duo to a bro
ken rudder which deceived the pilot.
The boat managed to get in hero Thurs
day afternoon nearly 24 hours behind
time. Capt. Booth will either put her
on the docks here or take her to Mid
dlcport and dock her. A new rudder
which was made some time ago for her
at this place will also bo put on and
general repairs made. She will not be
ready for service again for several
The Sistersville Oil Review objects
to the statement that the series of six
games between Parkersburg and Mari
etta is to decide the championship of
the Ohio valley. There haying been
no regular schedule of games between
Ohio valley nines the Review's protest
is reasonable. Parkersburg saw fit to
call it a championship series, until
which time nothing was thought of it
in this city. All Marietta is playing
for is to close up tho Parkersburg
shouters who persist In the declaration
that their nine can play ball.
Registered M. li'a-
Tho following Washington county
physicians have registered in Probate
Court in compliance with the law
passed last winter:
John B. MeClure,
Romeyn B. Hart,
Charles W. Goodno,
John P. Dodge,
Frank E. McKim,
William A. Stanley, r
J. C. Hardy,
Charles S. Hart,
Edward II. Trickle, '
Leonard Warren, ;
O. M. Willis,
Oscar A. Lambert,
Samuel Hart, '
George A. Phillips,
Patrick H. Kelley,
A. S. Clark,
Samuel G. Adair,
Harry Waldo Hill,
Charles B. Ballard,
Byron R. Evans,
C. W. Eddy,
B. F. Hart,
Fred S. McGee,
, yf. W. Warren,
James M. Hardy,
A. G. SturgissT
First Congregational Regular ser
vice at 10:30 a. m. Preaching at De
vol's school house in the afternoon and
at Unionvillo In tho evening.
Harmar Congregational The pastor
will conduct tho service in the morn
ing. In the evening Rev. W. E. Roe
will preach at tho union meeting
which will be held In the Congrega
Presbyterian Morning subject, "The
Standard of Morah'.Values." In the
ovening Dr. Gear will preach.
First M.E,-TMqrning. "Where it, tho
Kingdom'; of Gbd?" Opportunity to
unite with tho clluroh on probation or
byTVletter' ni thb morning sorvice.
Union service at Presbyterian church
at 7 p. m. '
You and Your Grandfather
Are removed from each other by a span
"of many years. He travelod in a slow
going 6tago-coach while yu tako tho
lightning express dr the electric car.
When ho was sick he was treated by
old fashioned methods and given old
fashioned medicines, but you demand
modern Ideas In medicine as well as in
ovory thing olse. Hood's Sarsnparilla
is tho medicine of to-day. It is pre
pared by modern methods and to its
preparations are brought tho skill and
knowledge of modern science. Hood's
Sarsaparllln acts promptly upon the
blodd and by making pure, rich blood
it cures disease and establishes good
IN Betting up a wed
ding trousseau, think
how many women
all hard-worked and
wenry over it ; to
say nothing of the
young lady herself.
oiuiiik or tiutiiuiuu
all day is the hard
est kind of woik ;it
gives you uo healthy
ercise: part of the
boly is overworked
an'l the re-st'of It is
nvKlpm irrnwa slfltr-
gishj the appetite Is poor, the stomach Is out
of order; the how els arc constipated, you
have headaches and dizzy spells. It's im
possible for you to take as much out-of-door
exercise in the daylight as you need. The
best helpyou can have in the circumstances
is a simple laxative medicine like Doctor
Piercers Pleasant Pellets. They will, as
nearly as any medicine can, supply the
want of free exercise which is lacking in
all in-door's work,, They cure dyspepsia,
bilionsness and constipation in a pleasant,
gradual, natural way. There is no gnpimj
or weakening effect fwitu the "Pleasant
relicts : " they net surely but gently ; they
promote liver -action, and gie tone and
strength to th ; stomach and intestines to do
their own work. When you become rc-
SuUrthe "Pellets" can be stopped. You
on't have to take them forever. The cure
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are small
sugor-coatcd granules ; agreeable to take.
Children like them. If the druggist wants
to sell you some other pills that pay him
better, just think of what pays you. You
will receive a sample package free if you
will send your name and address to the
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
tliuuaio, m. y.
The People's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser, By R. V. Pierce, M. D , Chief Consult
ing Physician to the Invalids'-Hotel and
Surgical Institute, a book of 1008 large
pages, over 300 illustrations, some of them
in colors, hound in strong paper covers will
be sent to any one sending 31 cents in one
cent stamps to cover cost of.mailing only.
Over 680,000 copies of this complete family
Doctor Book already sold in cloth binding
at regular price of 51.50.
Cincinnati i a
Pittsburg , 7
Baltimore ... - , ". .'$ 5
Washington .V...... 4
Boston ?.....!-. Ill
Now York '.
Brooklyn.., r, 5
CleveliAd-St. Louis raiti. -. .AHr
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Cincinnati. . .
Baltimore . . .
Chicago . 52
P'jitsburg, - 40 30 511
Boston....-". 44 30 530
Philadelphia '. . .30 45 101
Brooklyn 3S 40 452
Washington 34 45 430
New York 34 49 410
St, Louis 27 58 313
Louisville 21 00 259
ilucklcu'nArn ca Salvo
Tni: Best Sai.vk in the world for
Out .'. Bruises, Soros, Uleors, Salt
Bh inn, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hiif. fa, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively euros Plies
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
giro perfect satisfaction, or monov re
fundurt. Prico 25 cents per box.
For sale bvW.H. Stvor
Money to Loan Apply at Room S,
Mills Buliaing, Cor. 2nd and Tutnam Sts. ,
JE-jy-Tw o desirable furnished rooms lor rent,
Inquue at No 425 Second Street.
C3J-WANTUD. A Piano, to rent by the
month Will pay good price for a suitable in
strument. Inquire at Leader Ofiilc.
Jgy-Money to loan. $300. Inquire of J. L.
Guyton, at n. E. Guj ton's office, Putnam
JSfTandem for rent. The Ilig Four Cycle
Co has a brand new Viklug Tandem which
they offer for rent to responsible and careful
3TCUAS. S. HART, M. D office and resi'
dence No. SOU Putnam street. Telephone 209.
OW-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist Office In
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
;DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
S"DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St.. between Front and Second. '
CTDB. E. P. EDDy, Dentist. Office S04
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
S37"DR, GALLAGHER Diseasesof the eye
and nttfng of glasses. Law Building Putnam
KS-S..M.JIART, Dentist. Office over Witt
llg'6 Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
0a.m. to 5 p. m.
KiyFOR RENT. Six new rooms on Sev.
enth street, between Butler and Greene,
plumbed for water and gas. Apply to J. Gedel
or at the residence.
SFOR SALE. College property onTifth
astreet, opposite Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots In "Emerson Heights" Sub dlvl
slon and slxacies adjoining corp. line at low
prices. Several residence properties In the
city, for sale. Terms made easy. Farm In De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange. Call and see
us,whei),looWng for property.
Wabi) & Stone,
225 Second Street.
FOR SA1E Aff h room nouseon Third St,
12000 on monthly payments. Three new
700 each.. Several lots lu Streakers Su
Ion I rom 850 to $200. A business room d:
nam St. SI200. TheMeuser Tannery property
pn hecond St. lot OQxlM) tMSOOO will be sold as
a whole or In strips, on paved street and good
ocuuon i or ousiaess diockh.
J. A I'LUMKIt & SON,
Cor. Putnam and Second Streets.
Real Estate lor Sale.
OEO, n. 6UNDEW.AND, 231 SECOND STHEET, OP
POSITE UNION DErOT.
11 Good Houses on West Side, from (700 to
s Vacant lots on Front street, J150 to tro.
fi Lots on Eighth and Washington, faco to
S Lots on Warren and Eighth, J300 to 400.
60 Lots for sale on Weekly or Monthly pay
ments. 10 Lots for sale in the Ohio Valley sub divi
11 Houses near Boiler Works at a bargain.
8 Threo-story business bouses on Front St.
1 Ftna Lot on Front street below Wooster.
1 House of 7 Rooms and lot 90x120 feet lo
cated close to Second street on Montgomery at
a Bargaln,'2,800. '
Too often cheapness means trash, but here
is cheapness combined with excellence. DUCK
SUITS AT 85 .CENTS. Nothing wrong with
them--only too many. We have sold them at
$1.75, now 85c which is less than half and
much less than the material would cost you.
A few left of the job lot
at 50c wonderful value, full size, really
worth 75 cents.
Special bargains scattered all through the
store. Come and see them.
Sr,R. TURNER & CO.
The Second and.
Now is the chance for thosd who have been waiting to get good
goods for almost a song.
We have left from the First July Sale some Odd Lots and Tail
Ends from eveiy department, we have ticketed and marked at prices
Broken Lots and Ends of Silk.
Good waste lengths among them.
Some at one-half regular prices.
A call will convince you that
they are at clean-up prices.
The Last of tho Shirt Waists.
Mostly broken lots but nono the
worse for that. If your size,
style and kind is among them
you're in luck, for the prices
aie cut entirely loose from the
172 FRONT STREET.
Join the thiong that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
If you want nice papers at very
lowest prices do not fail to
join tho procession.
Remember the place, at
Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
Otto Bros. Crowded.
Tuesday morning, July 28th; aJL Summer
Goods at your own price. - . ,iv
12 1-2 and L5c Percales, Organdies, Dimi
ties at 5c per yard.
25c Japanet and Plisse at 1 5c per yard.
1200 yards Standard Prints 3 1 -2c a yard,
1 0 yards to each customer.
Do not fail to attend this sale.
119 and 121 Putnam St.,
The Shirt Waists are
going at the closing out
prices we have adyer
tised. You should not
miss this chance. Shirt
Waists at 25, 38, 50c and
up all far below orig
of White Bed Spreads
Last July Sale.
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.
Not a question of worth but
what prices will sell them. It
will pay you to be among the
first; the pick is worth some
thing. Broken Lots of Hosier) and
Odd dozens and half dozens all
out on the counter and they're
not going back on the shelves
with our consent. W3 haven't
space to quote prices, but call
and note the reductions and
you're sure to take some home
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Uutler Sts. Marietta, O.
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